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Treasures of Indochina 15D14N - Small group tour

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All good things come in three and our Treasure of Indochina takes you to three World Heritage Sites in Indochina including Halong Bay of Vietnam, Luang Prabang of Laos and Angkor Wat of Cambodia. Crossing three country borders from Vietnam to Laos, and then Cambodia you get to witness different languages, cultures and cuisine. Inspired by different cultures this tour provides a fascinating window into Indochina for a once in a life time experience. TOUR PRICES CLASSIC US$ 1,877.00 per person DELUXE US$ 2,495.00 per person For further information, please email us at bookings@discovermekong.com or: DISCOVER MEKONG Address: 99 Ba Trieu str., Hai Ba Trung dist., Hanoi, Vietnam Tel: +84-4 3943 9211 Fax: +84-4 3943 9209 Email: bookings@discovermekong.com or customercare@discovermekong.com Website: http://www.discovermekong.com Discover Mekong is managed by HG TRAVEL

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Sheraton Saigon Hotel and Towers
Hotel Sheraton Saigon Hotel and Towers, Ho Chi Minh City

The service and attention to detail at this hotel are outstanding, with aromatherapy scents wafting from the air-conditioning on the landings. The 374 spacious... more

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Hotel Rex Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City

The best of Saigontourist's holdings, this business traveler's favorite offers solid, albeit small, rooms with less kitsch than the Majestic and, in the rattan... more

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See + Do War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City

Formerly the "Museum of American War Crimes," the place is now euphemistically titled the "War Remnants Museum." Though the name change was intended to avoid... more

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See + Do The Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City

Two hours' drive south of Saigon, Vietnam melts into a waterland of rivers, rice paddies, and canals. The fertile Delta region, formed by the silt-rich Mekong... more

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See + Do Ben Thanh Market, Ho Chi Minh City

At the intersection of Le Loi, Ham Nghi, Tran Hung Dao, and Le Lai streets Frenetic, eclectic Ben Thanh is the polar opposite of a sterile American supermarket.... more

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Hotel Saigon Morin
Hotel Hotel Saigon Morin, Central Vietnam

The landmark Hotel Saigon Morin has stood since 1901 on the banks of the Perfume River through war, flood, and typhoon. Remodeled a decade ago and expanded last... more

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My Son Sanctuary
See + Do My Son Sanctuary, Central Vietnam

This UNESCO collection of ancient Cham tower-temples is a more mellow alternative to tourist favorites like Hue and Hoi An. Set in a valley a scenic 30-mile... more

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Hue
See + Do Hue, Central Vietnam

Still off the standard itinerary for many foreign visitors, Hue served as the capital of unified Vietnam from 1802 until 1945. In addition to being the seat of... more

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Hoi An
See + Do Hoi An, Central Vietnam

How exceptional is Hoi An? So special that by tacit agreement among all combatants, it wasn't attacked during the Vietnam War. That neutrality left the town, a... more

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Beaches of Central Vietnam
See + Do Beaches of Central Vietnam, Central Vietnam

Vietnam's coastline exceeds 2,000 miles, but its finest beaches are almost all found in the 400-mile stretch from Hue to Nha Trang. Alongside a lagoon ten miles... more

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Melia Hanoi
Hotel Melia Hanoi, Hanoi

The likes of Princess Anne of the United Kingdom and members of the Brunei royal family have rested their crowned heads in this slick, 22-story hotel.... more

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See + Do Temple of Literature, Hanoi

Many travelers to Asia come down with a case of pagoda overload during their visit. So be sure to make time early on for Hanoi's most beautiful and historic... more

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See + Do The Old Quarter, Hanoi

Hanoi is the only city in Vietnam to retain its ancient merchants' quarter, and its narrow streets, packed with fruit and vegetable markets, have housed the... more

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See + Do Halong Bay, Hanoi

The limestone pillars of Thailand's Phang Nga Bay may have gotten the screen time in The Man With the Golden Gun, but for sheer spectacle, nothing compares to... more

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Maison Souvannaphoum
Hotel Maison Souvannaphoum, Laos

This property has it all: Location, history, and style. A five-minute stroll south of the old town, the former compound of Prince Souvannaphouma now holds a... more

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Lao Plaza Hotel
Hotel Lao Plaza Hotel, Laos

One of the country's newest and largest hotels, the Lao Plaza offers 142 rooms, including executive and presidential suites. If you've been backpacking in the... more

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3 Nagas
Hotel 3 Nagas, Laos

The restored 1957 Mercedes sedan that picks you up at the airport only hints at the colonial grandeur awaiting you at 3 Nagas. Expect four-poster beds draped in... more

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Hotel Villa Santi, Laos

Five minutes from the Mekong River in the heart of Luang Prabang's World Heritage site, the 120-year-old residence of Princess Manilai is decorated in simple... more

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Luang Prabang
See + Do Luang Prabang, Laos

The former royal capital of Laos, lovely Luang Prabang has an air of faded grandeur, with French colonial buildings jostling ancient red-roofed Theravada... more

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The Sothea
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Shinta Mani
Hotel Shinta Mani, Angkor

Sister property of the sparkling Hôtel de la Paix, the Shinta Mani may be older, but it remains one of the best values in Siem Reap. The place has its own... more

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FCC Angkor
Hotel FCC Angkor, Angkor

The FCC—which stands for Foreign Correspondents Club—is probably the best deal in town. Set in the grounds of a former French ambassador's vacation... more

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Champasak and Wat Phou
See + Do Champasak and Wat Phou, Laos

Champasak province contains Wat Phou, one of the grandest Khmer ruins outside Cambodia. Though this site doesn't measure up to Angkor Wat, the tumble-down... more

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See + Do Beng Melea, Angkor

As Cambodia's infrastructure slowly improves, formerly off-limits sites such as Beng Melea, a one-square-kilometer temple 40 miles northeast of Siem Reap, have... more

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Ta Prohm
See + Do Ta Prohm, Angkor

With its stonework strangled by vaulting silk-cotton trees, jungle-choked Ta Prohm will make any visitor feel like Indiana Jones. Even though it has been looted... more

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Bayon
See + Do Bayon, Angkor

The most exquisite carvings cover the Bayon. Like Angkor Wat, this masterpiece was constructed in the 12th century; it's topped by 54 stone towers, each bearing... more

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Angkor Wat
See + Do Angkor Wat, Angkor

The apotheosis of Khmer civilization, 12th-century Angkor Wat remains the national symbol of Cambodia. It's well worth spending at least half a day here. Make... more

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